OREPA sent a letter to Randy Boyd, President of the University of Tennessee, asking him to reconsider his decision to tender a bid on the management/operations contract for the Y-12 Nuclear Weapons Complex in Oak Ridge, TN. Read the text…

Now that the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons has entered into force, and we've celebrated—what's next? February 25 zoom will start to map out the next steps.

Celebrating the entry into force of the Nuclear Ban Treaty at the Y-12 Nuclear Weapons Complex in Oak Ridge, TN. 122 Yellow Xs are tied to the fence—representing the 122 nations that voted for the Treaty in July 2017. And…

FACT SHEET

You can download the one-page fact sheet and use it for educational purposes; you can also enclose it in any message you send to a

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RING CHURCH BELLS

In the 1980s, St. Michaels and All Angels Episcopal Church in Tucson, Arizona had a large sign on display at the busy intersection in front

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Letter to the Editor

Letters to the Editor amplify your voice hundreds- or thousands-fold. And they do not have to be heavily technical—the strongest letters come from the heart.

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WHAT YOU CAN DO

People across the country are making plans to celebrate the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons’s Entry Into Force on January 22, 2021. This

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Nuclear Ban Treaty EIF

Download the banner template below and use it to order (at your local print shop or on-line) a 3 X 8 foot banner (perfect for

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Sunday Vigil at Y-12 in Oak Ridge Tennessee

Sunday Vigil

The OREPA Board has now decided that we are prepared to do a limited re-opening of the Sunday vigil to allow for slightly more participation.  We are asking anyone who wants to attend a Sunday vigil to sign up in advance—by the Thursday before. There are two ways to sign up. You can email Ralph at orep@earthlink.net or you can call him at 865 776 5050. If the five slots are already taken, we’ll ask you to wait until next week. All vigilers are expected to wear masks. Bring your own chair. Avoid physical contact and maintain an appropriate social distance in the circle of chairs. Of course, if for any reason you feel you may have been exposed to the virus or to someone with the virus, you should not attend the vigil. At this point, we are not resuming our monthly potlucks.

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